Dressing in layers is especially important in the spring, because it can get pretty warm with the sun and the exercise. You can easily peel off layers as needed.
The principle of layering is simple: you need a good wicking base layer next to the skin, an insulating mid-layer and an outer layer, which protects you from wind, rain and moisture.
We recommend choosing thin, long socks for skiing. Special ski socks are also available.
You don’t need a thick woollen sock, because ski boots are quite warm. Even if your boots are the right size for you, really thick woollen socks can make them feel too snug or chafe your feet.
Helmets are also available for rent in the Ski Shop, but ski goggles are not. If you rent equipment for a longer period, you can store them overnight in the Ski Shop for a small fee.
Ski Slope Rules
1. Make sure your equipment is adjusted to your size, weight and ability. Use of a helmet is recommended.
2. Respect the lift line and prepare to share the lift with fellow skiers. Get off the lift only at designated areas.
3. Select the slope and adapt your speed according to your skills and the environment. Always familiarize yourself with special areas in advance.
4. Keep your distance when you pass the skiers below and ahead of you. Pay additional attention to small children.
5. Stop only at places where you can be easily seen. If you need to go uphill, always do it along the edge of the slope.
6. Do not ski too fast. Pay attention to local slope and snow conditions.
7. Sledging is only allowed in separately designated areas.
8. You always ski at your own risk.
9. Using the slopes under the influence of alcohol/drugs is prohibited.
10. In the event of accidents, your duty is to assist. Report any accidents immediately to ski area staff.